Comms-care appoints Finance Director to support growth

Comms-care, the strategic support partner to the IT reseller community, has appointed Steve Holah as Finance Director. Steve brings over 20 years’ finance experience and will be responsible for aligning Comms-care’s financial management with the overall business growth strategy.

Steve joins Comms-care from ASDA, where he was responsible for the acquisition of an international sourcing company for the George clothing brand, reporting directly to the Board of Directors. Previously, he was Finance Director at Equanet, part of Dixons Retail plc, and before that was Head of Commercial Finance at Focus Wickes.

In his role as Finance Director at Comms-care, Steve sits on the Board of Directors and reports to Managing Director Ben Davies.

Commenting on Steve Holah’s appointment, Ben Davies said: “Steve brings extensive experience and a finance pedigree that spans across multiple sectors, not just information technology. Comms-care is growing at a fast pace, both in terms of revenues, and also the breadth of IT services offered to channel partners. Steve’s appointment is part of our strategy to be truly known as the strategic partner of choice for the IT channel community – and being on a sound financial footing is critical to the success in achieving that.”

Steve Holah added: “I’m tremendously excited to be joining Comms-care, and I look forward to assisting the business in achieving their ambitious growth plans. I am already seeing on a day-to-day basis how all areas of the business continue to ‘go the extra mile’ for our channel partners, which is what Comms-care’s success has been built upon. Looking ahead, I will be working closely with the rest of the Executive Board to identify ways in which we can improve financial processes that ultimately result in partners receiving enhancements to the service we provide.

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